There are 2 modalities:
A) CONTINUOUS EVALUATION MODALITY: The subject of the exam is composed of the subject's agenda, the teacher's explanations, the practical knowledge acquired in class, the reference texts of the subject and the annexes indicated (published Ads and Materials Folders). The evaluation consists of TWO parts: The theory will be evaluated by a written test (50% of the note) with 20 developmental questions and a duration of 2 hours. It is essential to pass the Theoretical module (5 points out of 10) to pass the subject, and add the practical part. On the other hand, the practical works delivered in a timely manner (50% of the final grade) will be graded. The contents and requirements of each practice will be announced, explained in class and in the Ads Folder the week before it is performed. Internships not defended by the student in the viewing session will be penalized with 50% of the qualification. Students who do not deliver 2 or more internships of the subject in a timely manner, or obtain the NO grade presented in them, and those who miss 3 or more practical sessions, will obtain the grade of NOT presented in the current call. Students who obtain the no-presented/A grade will be evaluated in the Non-PRESENCE Mode in the next call. For the ordinary call, up to 0'5 additional points will be valued for active attendance at congresses, seminars or other activities related to the subject (justification and prior communication is required). In-person evaluation requires 80% of classes (justified faults are not accepted) and the timely and formaily presentation of each of the practical work. The ratings of the theoretical or practical section greater than 5 points (out of 10) are retained in the PRESENCIAL modality for the call of September of the same year. No qualification is retained for the extraordinary call of December or subsequent courses, as the model IS NOT PRESENCIAL will be followed.
B) NON-PRESENCIAL EVALUATION: The subject matter of the exam is composed of the subject, the explanations of the teacher, the practices, the reference texts and the contents that are published in the Ads and Materials folder. The test consists of TWO written tests. One of a theoretical nature with 20 development questions (50% of the final grade). This note in the theoretical section is in addition to the practical part when it is equal to or greater than 5 points out of 10. On the other hand, conducting a practical content examination (50% of the final grade), based on the practices developed during the course. The practical examination consists of a written test with 4 development questions (2.5 pts./question). Duration of both parties 3 hours. Partial grades are not retained in the NON-PRESENCIAL mode for subsequent calls. Any student who, for work and other justified reasons, cannot attend the program may benefit from the non-PRESENCIAL modality. In addition, you must communicate it to the Teacher by email during the first 2 classes of the course. It is advisable to attend tutoring for a correct follow-up of the subject. All subject material is published in the Materials Folder and Ads Folder. The mandatory and complementary literature is on the web. It is recommended that you follow the Ads folder.
The evaluation criteria are:
- Clarity, precision and order in the execution and presentation of papers and exams.
- Accurate and comprehensive knowledge of the subject.
El alumnado deberá acreditar su identidad mediante exhibición del DNI, pasaporte, carnet de conducir, carnet universitario o cualquier documento oficial válido para tal fin en las pruebas de evaluación de la asignatura en las convocatorias oficiales de examen.